How to Complete Hair Replacement Training

It has been proved that there exists a niche market in the hair replacement industry given that not only is hair loss a common problem for many people nowadays, but also people’s stronger pursuit of fashion makes them place more emphasis on their hairstyles.

Obviously, it is undoubtedly a good choice to start a non-surgical hair replacement business, but doing so would be hard for those who have little experience in the field. For instance, how do you choose a hair system?

How can you help your clients solve their problems? How to apply a hair system? How much should you charge for the service? Only by getting to know enough hair replacement knowledge can you really think about starting your hair business.

If you are opening a hair replacement salon or starting a hair replacement business, taking time to have the right hair replacement training is necessary.

Why you should take non-surgical hair replacement classes?

By taking hair replacement system training, you can build up your skills as follows:

  • The judgment ability and selection method of high-quality hairpieces
  • Template making
  • Attachment and removal
  • Care and maintenance
  • Cutting and styling
  • How to conduct a client consultation
  • How to recommend products and solutions based on clients’ hair loss conditions
  • How to set a price

How to complete hair replacement training

1. Participating in the in-person training courses

You can search for “hair replacement course near me” to find a hairdressing or cosmetology school that offers replacement training courses nearby your locations.

At New Times Hair, we also work with our salon clients around the globe to provide all kinds of hair replacement system training classes, including men’s hair systems, women’s hair integration systems, hair extensions, and more. Click to know more about it.

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Before and after 2

The advantages and disadvantages of in-person training courses are listed below:


  • Comprehensive curriculum system
  • More in-person observations
  • Interactive teaching with the guidance of professional instructors
  • Acquisition of certification issued by the agency


  • Expensive price, usually hundreds or thousands of dollars
  • Some courses are only offered in big cities
  • Appointment required
  • Courses suspended due to the pandemic
  • Crash course mode (often 1-2 days): learning the follow-up by yourself

2. Participating in e-learning hair replacement training courses

Due to the pandemic, many hairdressing schools or facilities have already closed their in-person hair replacement classes or discontinued accepting new students.

Fortunately, some facilities changed their courses to e-learning or visual classes so you can attend the training class online at home. Take a look at the visual training class if you are now looking for a hair replacement training course that can be finished at home.

The advantages and disadvantages of e-learning training courses


  • Comprehensive curriculum system
  • Not restricted by time and location
  • Interactive teaching
  • Acquisition of certification issued by the agency


  • Expensive price, usually hundreds or thousands of dollars
  • Not as interactive as on-site learning
  • Crash course mode (often 1-2 days): learning the follow-up by yourself

3. Self-study by using network resources

With the continuous development of the Internet, it becomes easy and convenient to collect network resources of hair replacement training for learning through various online channels and platforms.


Search for “hair replacement training” on YouTube, you can find lots of tutorials teaching you how to correctly install a hair system to your customer.

A series of videos on non-surgical hair replacement training filmed by New Times Hair presents a full demonstration of hair system use and troubleshooting, which is suitable for beginners to learn.


Apart from video resources, you can also acquire all kinds of non-surgical hair replacement skills and knowledge from the articles of hair system professors of the industry.

For example, from the blog of New Times Hair, you can find all kinds of hair replacement knowledge in our articles like tutorials concerning both male and female hairpieces,  how to start and expand your hair replacement business, insights into the hair industry – both beginners and experienced hairdressers can learn something from the hair specialists in Newtimes Hair. 

Check out the blog below to get our tutorials for newcomers to our industry.

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The advantages and disadvantages of network resources are listed as below:


  • Completely Free
  • Most comprehensive and professional knowledge in the field of hair replacement from all over the world


  • Not as intuitive and interactive as in person learning
  • Accessing and sorting out the relevant resources by yourself


No matter if you are a salon owner or a retailer, hair replacement training is essential if you want to start your hair business successfully.

For beginners, they can learn basic knowledge through hair replacement system training. For those who are experienced, hair replacement training is also important. They would be able to have a chance to learn new knowledge or skills from peers or industry experts, so as to improve themselves to keep up with the latest fashion trends.

Moreover, the certification issued by professional makeup and hairdressing schools will help you earn the trust of your customers.

Overall speaking, you can choose the way that better suits you to learn the hair replacement course, based on your own circumstances. Then, you can put into use what you have learned in real situations and see how everything goes.

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June Chen

Sales representative


June is detail-oriented, excellent at simplifying complex issues, making them understandable to all our clients, particularly those new to our services and products or unfamiliar with China.

Originally from Weifang, China, known as the hometown of kites, June moved to Qingdao in search of a better work-life balance. This has been her first job ever since. Over the years working at Newtimes Hair, she has cultivated a friendly demeanor and a sense of humor. June considers Newtimes Hair her second home, a place where she invests her passion wholeheartedly.

Her role extends beyond just solving problems; June acts as a bridge between our team and our clients, embodying our commitment to impeccable customer service.

● What hobbies and interests do you have?

I enjoy exercising. That’s a very important part of my life. I’m a super active person.

● Do you have a phobia? If you do, what is it?

No, not that I know of. I’m a very realistic person. If you mention outlandish stuff like aliens, monster in the bush, I’d be out of my mind.

● What is something you would love to do in the future?

I want to learn how to swim. I know it might sound a bit sarcastic, as I just mentioned that I enjoy doing exercise. Unfortunately, swimming hasn’t been on my list. I think I better catch up on that.

● What wig would you wear if you wore one and why?

I’d give HW1 a try. It looks natural and beautiful. Though we categorize it as a medical wig, almost any female can wear it. It’s got a lace mesh base, breathable, and flexible. You don’t need glue or tape to fix it to your head. Pretty easy, and it gives you all the long hair look a girl could want.


Sherry Sui

Sales representative


Are you new to China or the hair-making industry and feeling a bit lost about where to start? Sherry is your go-to expert. With a keen eye for detail and a deep understanding of our products and services, Sherry will help you identify the perfect product combo aligning with your business needs and client requirements.

Grew up in Yantai, and moved to Qingdao in 2015 with a medical background, Sherry’s thoughts are beyond simply selling hairpieces. She cares about the end user’s health, too. In the process of sourcing the most suitable hairpieces for your clients, it’s worthwhile to pay attention to what Sherry says in terms of scalp health and hairpiece maintenance. You can think of her as a comprehensive, yet concise hairpiece encyclopedia, equipped to offer you top-notch recommendations and ideas for exceptional customer service.

  • How would people in the office describe you?

At our end-of-year conference, my colleagues agreed that I’m a warm hearted, positive, and easy-going teammate. It gives me a sense of reward.

  • Do you have a phobia? If you do, what is it?

I don’t like being confined in a very small space. I believe it was due to a childhood experience. When I was six years old, I accidentally tripped and fell into a shallow well. I had to wait for two hours before I was found. Since then, I’ve found I just can’t tolerate the idea of being alone. I guess that makes me an active team player.

  • You are happiest when…

This may sound boastful, but it’s true. It’s just part of my nature to help others. When I actually see that what I did for them has helped them achieve something, it just makes me excited.

  • Which mens/womens hair system do you sell the most? Why that model?

I recomend HS25V. Oftentimes I’d introduce this model to my new clients to start with, so they can introduce this to their new clients see if hair systems are what really suit them, before they carry on with lace or mono hair systems.


Winni Yu

Sales Representative


Born in Weifang, China’s kite capital, and moved to Qingdao in 2013, Winni has never looked back. Since joining Newtimes Hair, Winni has been a dynamo of efficiency and innovation. She is a problem-solver brimming with ideas and has become a vital part of our team.

From your first contact with Winni to the moment your orders are delivered, Winni ensures a smooth and exciting experience. With her at the helm, the business isn’t just easy but exhilarating, and every challenge becomes an opportunity for innovation.

Transitioning from a client developer to a retention specialist, throughout the years, Winni has successfully assisted numerous clients in solving their issues, particularly concerning product details, logistics, or custom hiccups.

  • What hobbies and interests do you have?

I’m into so many things. All the popular stuff you name: Swimming, badminton, running, all for keeping me in good shape.

  • How would people in the office describe you?

They keep calling me “pretty Winni pretty brainy.” I’d take that as a compliment. I’d say I’m generally pretty fast in term of thinking and figuring out solutions. My teammates often turn to me for help, too. And It turned out that most of the time my ideas worked for them.

  • Do you have any pet hates?

I’m a typical town girl, you know. I’m into cats and dogs. But things like snakes, all sorts of insects, and hamsters; they are not my cup of tea. So, never get them near me.

  • Which mens/womens hair system do you sell the most? Why that?

Most of my clietns are after Q6. And their clients happened to be guys who are into hair systems that are durable and natural. Q6 is a pretty good pick for them. With proper care, it should easily last 6 months.


Tori Zhang

Sales Representative


Tori or Victoria to be exact, originally from Heze, brought her passion for life to Qingdao in 2016. An avid reader with a Teacher’s Qualification Certificate, Tori is known for her professional yet intriguing persona at the office.

As a quick learner, Tori always looks at customer’s needs from a tutor’s perspective. She has a sharp mind, is capable of picking up anything her client is unclear with, and offers the explanation in detail, making sure you understand it.

At Newtimes Hair, Tori thrives on the thrill of a sale, her triumphs now fueling the empowerment of her peers. Her journey at Newtimes Hair is marked by three profound words: abundant, proficient, and revolutionary.

  • Tell us an interesting fact about yourself other than your qualifications, your job.

I’m always fascinated about an exotic lifestyle. I really wish I could travel a lot, go to many different countries, and try their local gourmet food, and get in touch with the locals to actually have a feel of their culture.

  • Do you have a phobia? If you do, what is it?

I’m always afaid of heights. With any tall buildings, be it a chimney or TV tower, I look at it, and imagine I’m looking down right from the top, it will give me sweaty palms.

  • Do you have any pet hates?

Not at all. I generally love all pets. Dog, cats, guinea pigs, rabits, etc. I love them.

  • Do you have a favourite quote?

When you feel tired,it means you are walking uphill. I believe this quote as a truth that gives me a lift whenever I’m down. I believe there’s no gain without pain. Without trying, we can’t achieve anything.

  • Which men’s/women’s hair system do you sell the most? Why that model?

With me personally, the best-selling hair system has been HS1. It has what it’s required out of a good quality hair system, in terms of a natural-looking hairline, undetectable scalp, etc. Most wearers and salon owners are familiar with it. Plus, all our clients have faith in the quality of this hair system. According to their feedback, this is an easy-to-attach, easy-to-maintain hair system for both men and women.


Ivan Mu

Sales representative


Born and raised in a quiet town named Binzhou, China, where the Yellow River whispers its final secrets to the ocean. Ivan’s life was set to transform in ways he could hardly imagine. After completing college in Qingdao, young Ivan little knew that this vibrant coastal city would capture his heart and chart a new course in his life.

Ivan joined Newtimes Hair in mid-2022 soon after his graduation from his master’s. As a trilingual and someone with a professional understanding of Western cultures, Ivan plays a critical role in establishing customer relations in the US and Europe. His approachable nature and a mind of precision make him an invaluable asset to the team.

  • How would people in the office describe you?

I eardrop, and I hear them talking about me. I’m optimistic, proactive, and very friendly, and eager to help.

  • What is something you would love to do in the future?

I love basketball. And I’m a basketball freak. You can call me that. That’s just me. I’m looking at organizing a basketball team in the near future. 

  • Do you have a phobia? If you do, what is it?

I don’t know why I share the same gene with Doraemon. I’m scared of rats. I’m a 6’3″, but I hate rats; seeing one really freaks me out.

  • Which men/womens hair system do you sell the most? Why that model?

New Australia. When it first came out in early 2023, it made me top of sales. I think most wearers like it because at the design statge, our experts considered all possible aspects people could want from a hairpiece, such as a natural look, a level of comfort, and affordablity; it’s similar to lace, but most wearers can afford.